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Aaron L. Marx (Minneapolis, 1979 – ) is an artist and architectural designer specialized in new media (video, projection, and digital fabrication), interactive installation, and socially engaged art. Through various media, his work examines the relationship between memory and the built environment, considers the role of temporal art in public space, and investigates new forms of interaction between people and digital tools. These works range from data visualization mapping the death toll of war, to interactive light installations, the exploration of sacred space, and inspiring the community to dream through participatory activity. Aaron is affiliated with the City Art Collaboratory, Makesh!t collective, and Minneapolis Art on Wheels; and teaches with Public Art Saint Paul, and in the UMN School of Architecture.